one bistro is nothing without volunteers who give of their time and talent—the heart behind our mission.
While we continually pray for volunteers to help make good happen in the community by being the hands and feet of Jesus, all are welcome regardless of faith. Our volunteers fall into two categories:
- Those who volunteer in order to provide a meal for themselves and/or their families.
- Those who volunteer to help as staff and assist in providing meals to those in need.
We benefit from the time and talent that our volunteers have to offer. Volunteers must be age 15 and above. Anyone under age 15 may serve with adult supervision, however, the adult must contact Manager prior to signing up online (Miamisburg: 937.859.1165 | Xenia: 937.736.2358). For every 2 children under age 15, 1 adult must be present. Tasks for under age 15 are at Manager’s discretion. Prior to volunteering, please review and sign the following policies, and turn in when volunteering for the first time.
To volunteer, click below to sign up online as a Daily or Community Meal Volunteer in Miamisburg or Xenia. While we encourage volunteers to sign up in advance, anyone may stop by during business hours to see if help is needed.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday (at your availability)
4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday (at your availability)
7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday (at your availability)
Core Team Volunteers
A key to our success is to establish a Core Team of passionate and dedicated volunteers that serve in various roles within the organization. If interested in joining a Core Team, talk to a Manager or complete the sign up form and submit to email@example.com.
Maintenance: Plumbing, electrical, and construction for site maintenance and rehabilitation.
Marketing: Assist with special events and promote one bistro within the community.
Community Liaison: Understand the community and look for opportunities to participate.
Fundraising: Connect with potential donors, and assist with grant writing and research.
Biznistry: Promote social entrepreneurship and connect biznistry models that work together.
Outreach: Work with “in need” patrons to identify opportunities for a “hand up, not a handout.”
Prayer: Pray for the one bistro mission and for our neighbors in the community.
Administration: Identify volunteer needs, recruit and contact, and assist with special projects.
Thank you for your willingness to serve and make a difference in the community!